A number of research studies and opportunities related to mental health/wellbeing are seeking participants:
Next Generation Brain Health Research Team at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine seeking survey participants:
An international online survey of 18-39-year-olds to better understand their knowledge and awareness of brain health and dementia and exposures to lifestyle-related factors that can influence brain health
Take the 5-minute survey at: https://bit.ly/nextgenbrainhealth.
Find out more about the study here: https://preventdementia.co.uk/next-gen/
If you have any questions or wish to explore this further, please don't hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
Research Participants Wanted to Study The Impact of Racial/Ethnic Matching in Mental Health Therapy for Asian Americans.
Eligibility: Age: 18 or older, Asian American, US-born or 1.5 generation (immigrated as a child or young teenager), and must have mental health care experience with the same mental health counselor for at least 3 sessions.
How to Participate: Complete this 15-minute anonymous survey: https://amherst.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3DGktuqvIjFC3fE
If you're interested, have questions, or want to have a deeper conversation, please reach out to Rina Li at: email@example.com.
Chinese American Volunteers Wanted for Mobile Health Application.
To see if you are eligible to participate, please complete this brief online screening questionnaire by visiting: qrco.de/be5aHg
Participants will receive $60 for completing the first questionnaire and another $60 after completing the final questionnaire.
For more information, contact Trifoia at firstname.lastname@example.org
*This research is funded by the National Institute of Health, grant 4R44MH125698-02 awarded to Iris Media, Inc. dba Trifoia
Research Participants Wanted for Stress & Coping in Asian Americans with Advanced/Metastatic Cancer Study.
Dr. Kim and team at the University of California Irvine are seeking research participants of Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, or Vietnamese heritage living with advanced/metastatic cancer to understand the stressors they experience and if it is related to quality of life, symptoms, coping, sleep, and wellbeing.The study requires about 2 hours of time, and participants would receive $145 for their completion. Learn more at: https://faculty.sites.uci.edu/kimlab/stress-coping-in-asian-americans-with-adv-mets-cancer-study/